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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 02, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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favor the-seceders. With them are
the I. W. W. sympathizers. They have
formed a new union, but have not
asked for the sympathy of other labor
organizations or contracts from the
mine owners.
The Western Federation is rigidly
backing its local organization, and
back of its general officers stands the
American Federation of Labor with
which it is allied.
And while these two sets of men
who labor are venting their bitter
ness and hatreds against each other,
sleek-jowled managers of mines are
smiling and "watchfully waiting" for
their chance to break down all organization.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Forty-seven autoists arrested for
glaring headlights.
Thomas Hoyne, 17, son of state's
attorney, and Miss Luferry Low, 18,
1357 W. 47th st, rescued by life
savers. Canoe overturned.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham Chan
dler wanted to build bungalow on
roof of five-story building, 33 Belle
vue pi. Permit refused.
Harry Meyers, 5, 1020 W. 103d St.,
killed by auto. J. E. McMackin, driv
er, held.
Anna Zelonerski, 2, 1006 N. Ash
land av., killed by ice wagon. Hansa
Christianson, driver, held under $10,
000 bond.
August Stoll and son, 1415 Bond
st, injured. N.-W. "L" hit wagon.
Chicago Theological Seminary has
joined University of Chicago.
World tour planned by aldermen.
Will yisit many cities. To study rail
way and harbor facilities.
Police to attack new pension sys
tem. Deny making large collections.-'
Changes in new law sought
Samuel Winternitzi auctioneer, 79
W. Monroe st, and Wm. Fuchs, 5215
W. 22d pi., arrested. Charged with as
saulting Benj. J. Rosenthal.
10,000 heard band concert at Grant
Pary yesterday. Next concert Satur
day evening.
Mother of Theresa Hollander told
of finding daughter's body at Petras
murder trial.
Hazel Pollock, music student, freed
of robbery charge. Victims pleaded
for leniency. Sent to sanitarium.
Nourse bigamy trial near end. Case
hinges on legality of divorce.
Revocation of dramshop licenses
for 250 places in county demanded
by Law and Order League. Reform
ers seeking "blind pigs." ,
Wm. Roehr, 20, given six months)
in Bridewell, April 16, for non-support,
paroled. Mother-in-laws warn
ed they would be fined if they inter
fered again in young couple's af
fairs. Sane Fourth proclamation issued1
by mayor. Discharge of fireworks
prohibited.
Six indicted for jury fixing. Court
clerk, lawyer and 4 others to face
conspiracy charge.
Congress asked to help bring back
Columbus caravels. Italians mays
help raise fund. '
North Edgewater residents protest
against Best Coal Co. laying switch
track across alley. '
Court ruling on Tice law followed
by contracts for state roads. Com-
mission buying materials direct. i
$2,600 raised by flower day for
Francis Willard Hospital.
Avery Coonley, member of County
Board, succeeded Geo. Cook as
Christian Science committee on pub-"
lication for Illinois.
New beach planned for 79th st. by,
special park commission. j
Ninety dog owners in Englewood
court. No licenses. '
Sunday School convention closed.'
Cost $25,000. f
Body of Wm. Manning, private'
Fifth Cavalry, Fort Sheridan, taken
from river. i
Petition containing 50,000 names5
asking appointment of Mrs. Charlotte
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